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Shutesbury is located in southeastern Franklin County and is bordered to the west by Leverett and the south by Pelham. The Swift River flows through town, feeding into the Quabbin Reservoir, which borders Shutesbury’s southeast edge.

Early industry included lumbering and cottages/inns for travelers. The many mineral springs also brought in several bottling businesses. Today the town of Shutesbury is very rural with lots of natural scenery and a population under 2,000 people.

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Shutesbury Real Estate for Sale

If you are looking to buy a single family home, land to build your dream home, farm, or second home on Lake Wyola in Shutesbury, Mass, click here for the latest list of what is currently on the market. You can also contact Wanda Mooney to learn more about the area and the process of moving. 

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“Temenos” is the Greek word for sacred space surrounding an alter, temple, or shrine, and is also the name of off-the-grid, non-denominational retreat center located on Mount Mineral. What started as a drum circle is now a lodging and retreat center offering a variety of gatherings.

The Outdoors

In the northeastern corner of the town is Shutesbury State Forest, with 845-acres for fishing, hunting, and hiking. Shutesbury is home to Lake Wyola, a large recreational-use lake with a state-park beach. “Wyola” is the Native American word for “quiet waters,” referring to its 128-acres of crystal clear water.

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